Visiting Artist Lecture: Rodney Ewing

Thursday, April 7, 2016, 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Photo of Rodney Ewing working on a print
Rodney Ewing is a San Francisco-based artist. His drawings, installations and mixed-media works focus on intersecting body and place, memory and fact, in order to re-examine human histories, cultural conditions and events. Free.
Fine Arts Building, Room 296
School of Art
School of Art
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Rodney Ewing’s work has been included in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the University of San Francisco, Alter Space, Pro Arts Gallery, SomArts, ASC Projects, Root Division, Ictus Projects, de Saisset Museum, Frey Norris Gallery, Lisa Dent Gallery, Dog Patch Gallery, African American Art and Cultural Complex, Performance Art Institute, San Francisco Public Library Main Branch, Swarm Gallery and Kala Art Institute, and nationally at The Drawing Center in New York, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Johnsonese Gallery in Chicago, Richmond Center for Visual Arts in Kalamazoo, Beta Pictoris Gallery in Birmingham and Greymatter Gallery in Milwaukee. Ewing received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Louisiana State University and his Master of Fine Arts at West Virginia University.